Asia News & Events
November 10, 2013

Opening the Door to China

Fosun International has bought Club Med and some of the world's top fashion brands and helped them get a foothold in China, earning it praise as the key that opens the door to China.    Read full story

New Study Shows Hong Kong's Exhibition Industry Worth Billions to the City
A study reveals that the exhibition industry is responsible for other significant economic benefits. Fiscal benefits amounting to around HK$1.4 billion for 2012 were identified, representing a 13% CAGR since 2010. Fiscal benefits are those taken by the government in the form of salary, profits and airport taxes on people and companies involved in the exhibition industry.   Read full story 

The importance of going digital for businesses
The fast pace of digital adoption by consumers in Asia means businesses must move to meet their customers in the digital space, tapping the additional communication channel and wealth of data to build a greater connection with their target audience.    Read full story

Asian Logistics & Maritime Conference Attracts Global Audience

More than 1,500 logistics providers and users from 26 countries and regions took part in the third Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference today at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).   Read full story

Into the Wild: Face to Face with Alaska's "Original" Asian Americans

The Dena'ina and other native peoples are still very much a presence in Alaska. As the Anchorage Museum's special exhibits curator, himself a Dena'ina, said on the museum website about the Dena'ina exhibit, "We are still here. This is how we live. This is what we value." Read full story

A Nation on The Upswing

New trends, forecasts, expert knowledge: SMM Istanbul 2014 is coming closer. Its conference programme will boast a rich selection of topics presented by top-level experts.  Read full story 

US wine exports on track for record 2013, sales to China to jump more than 18%

Figures from the Wine Institute estimated US$1.4 billion of US wine exports in 2012, with indications from a number of producers that they are on track to do better this year, driven by a strengthening Chinese currency, and a growing middle class who are clamouring for California labels. Read full story

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